Lab. Results. Matter. When 70% of all medical decisions are driven by lab test results,¹ it is mission critical to accurately communicate those lab results to the doctors. It can literally be a matter of life or death.
With labs understaffed today by up to 25 percent,² there can be a disconnect in how lab results get reported. This creates a greater likelihood for diagnostic errors, which account for up to 80,000 patient deaths annually.³ Fast, efficient, accurate lab testing equipment can make a vital difference in renal patient outcomes.
You will finish this webinar knowing:
- Why urine sediment is the perfect biomarker detective for diagnosis
- How to visually identify urine sediments and related medical implications
- How automation creates a reduction in sample processing time and 90+ percent particle identification accuracy,4 which can impact your lab…and your patients’ care
Ideal for: Laboratory Technicians, Laboratory Directors, Medical Directors, Pathologists, Physicians
Giselle Prado-Wright, MD, MBA
Dr. Giselle Prado-Wright is a Product Manager at Beckman Coulter Diagnostics. Dr. Prado-Wright graduated from University of Miami with a B.S. in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology. She attended medical school at Florida International University and completed her internship at Orange Park Internal Medicine in Orange Park (greater Jacksonville), Florida. She also received her M.B.A. from the University of Florida’s Warrington College of Business. Dr. Prado-Wright has been published in 30 medical publications to date.
Danielle Hummel Johnston, CLS (ASCP), CM
Danielle Hummel Johnston is a Technical Specialist for Beckman Coulter Diagnostics. Hummel Johnston graduated from Michigan State University with a Bachelor of Medical Technology. Prior to Beckman Coulter Diagnostics, she worked for nearly 14 years with the Lansing, Michigan-based Sparrow Health System, starting her career there as a Clinical Laboratory Scientist in Blood Bank and Hematology progressing to Charge Clinical Laboratory Scientist and to Supervisor over Inpatient Phlebotomy.